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The Multi-Cloud: Who Really Cares?

February 20 2014 | by Alex Wexler multi-cloud

Since we rolled out Cloudyn for Google Cloud, we’ve gotten lots of feedback, including some questions about why companies should be considering multi-cloud deployments, especially if they are content with their current provider. But while there is truth to the […]

DevOps Engineer? What Is That Supposed To Mean?

February 16 2014 | by Jonathan Nimrodi Cloud Cost Management

A few weeks ago we posted about the evolution of DevOps, from the challenges that created the need for their existence, to the fact that nowadays DevOps completely blurs the once glaring distinction between development and operations. We’ve come to […]

Cloud Costs Deciphered. Why the Complexity? Join Cloudyn's Vittaly Tavor at the Eminds Meetup, February 26

February 10 2014 | by Jonathan Nimrodi google compute engine multi-cloud

Vittaly (Vit) Tavor, who is responsible for the company’s strategic roadmap definition and product development, will speak at the Multi-Cloud Architecture Workshop to be hosted in Google Campus TLV, and will present Cost Performance issues in a Multi-Cloud Environment. Vit […]

Amazon and Google – The Cloud Race Begins

February 5 2014 | by Alex Wexler cloud race EC2 vs multi-cloud

With AWS’ EC2 product driving roughly 65% of Amazon’s cloud revenue, it comes as no surprise that when Google launched their public cloud, GCE (Google Compute Engine), or Google’s alternative to EC2 took center stage . As Google has the […]

Cloudyn Now Supports Google Compute Engine

January 28 2014 | by Jonathan Nimrodi cloud brokerage EC2 gce multi-cloud

Today is an exciting day for us Cloud Guardians at Cloudyn. We have embarked on a whole new cloud adventure with our launch of Cloudyn for Google Compute Engine. While we continue to broaden and deepen our tools for AWS […]

What’s All This Hype About DevOps?

January 22 2014 | by Alex Wexler blog Cloud Computing Cloud Cost Management sysadmin

OR: Why DevOps are sought after by the world’s top companies? DevOps -Who are they? It’s not just a job Looking to define DevOps as a job is a costly mistake of mega proportions. Devops is not just a position– […]

All Signs Lead To Cloud Brokerage

January 15 2014 | by Alex Wexler Cloud Computing Cloud Cost Management private cloud

The cloud computing space is growing at a dizzying rate with the public vs. private cloud debate spawning a whole new cloud option – the hybrid cloud. Proponents of hybrid claim it’s the best of both worlds and its popularity is […]

Cloudyn's EC2 Relocation Feature Cuts Your AWS Bill Down to Size

January 10 2014 | by Zev Schonberg AWS Cloud billing EC2

Keeping track of your AWS bill can be a full time job. Not only do you have to follow Amazon’s frequent AWS pricing updates – every new feature potentially opens up new savings opportunities. As you can imagine, many AWS customers […]

15 things your company could buy with $100,000

January 5 2014 | by Jonathan Nimrodi blog cost allocation what can you do with

So, you managed to save $100,000 of company spend by using Cloudyn to optimize your cloud deployment. While your CFO prefers to show better results this quarter, you think it’s only right to leverage it properly. And so, after some […]

Cloudyn Weekly Digest

December 17 2013 | by Jonathan Nimrodi AWS Cloud Cost Management Cloud Economics

So what are the stories that rocked the cloud in the past week? Here’s The Cloudyn summary. Michael Dell keynote at Dell World: “Disrupt the status quo, democratize technology” Michael Dell is a huge champion of entrepreneurship. And as an […]

Amazon WorkSpaces VS. VDI: Anything Really New?

December 12 2013 | by Jonathan Nimrodi

I never thought this would happen in my lifetime, but the traditional desktop computer may soon go the way of the typewriter and floppy disk. Amazon has announced that it is entering the DaaS (Desktop as a Service) market with […]

Hot Cloud Tips Not To Be Missed from AWS re:Invent

November 17 2013 | by Zev Schonberg AWS aws cloud optimization aws cost optimization

We had an amazing time meeting so many in the cloud community last week at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas. Unsurprisingly, by day three, we were pretty fine-tuned with the burning issues that people wanted to hear about. In case you […]

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